The Pants stuffing Sandy Berger is not in the clear, yet. The criminal probe into why former Bill Clinton aide Sandy Berger illegally sneaked top-secret documents out of the National Archives — possibly in his socks — has heated up and is now before a federal grand jury, The Post has learned.
The documents were classified Code Word, the highest security classification, above Top Secret.
The commission report makes clear that Berger had a habit of writing candid notes in the margin of memos, sometimes flatly rejecting plans for action.
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He nixed a plan to capture Osama bin Laden with one word: “No.”
Not a good sign for the socks, pants, coat stuffing former National Security Advisor.